Coach Brian Jackson recently played in his 67th professional game for the AFL's Orlando Predators as a signed emergency Kicker. He made all 6 of his PAT's and 1 tackle to help beat Tampa Bay 56-52.
Brian was also selected as Team America's Kicker and helped Team American win 24-7 vs Team Europe in the CDFL Euro-American Challenge on December 20, 2013 in South Carolina. Coach Jackson won his second National Championship with the Alabama Hammers of the PIFL for 2013.
Now in 2014, while working a full time job, and doing camps/lessons with specialists all over the nation, Brian has now played 67 pro games in the Arena League. On top of that he has over 12 years of coaching experience and 16 years of playing experience.
He's enjoyed a decorated career with the longest field goal records of 54 yards at his alma mater, Northview HS (AL), as well as the longest field goal of 54 yards at North Illinois University Stadium. Coach Jackson started all 46 games at Ball State Univeristy and attend NFL's Chicago Bears Camp in 2007.
Brian has played for AFL teams in Spokane, Orlando, Georgia and Alabama. He won a championship ring in 2009 with the Spokane Shock in Las Vegas, NV. Players and Parents like the genuine nature and professionalism with Coach Jackson, as well as the feedback and analysis he gives to every athlete.